Provide courtesy cable and internet service to the City of Detroit's 40 Firehouses.
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Provide courtesy cable and internet service to the City of Detroit's 40 Firehouses.

    1. Petition by

      Blake Govan

      Detroit, MI

The City of Detroit is going through tough times and the Detroit Firefighters are left paying out of pocket for expenses such as cable TV, internet and materials for maintaining the firehouses. As a resident of the City and a Comcast customer, I was hoping that Comcast would be interested in providing cable and internet service to show appreciation for these men and women who put their lives on the line each and every day for the citizens of Detroit. Unfortunately, at this time, Comcast has refused to provide courtesy services to the City’s 40 firehouses for unspecified reasons.

I am hoping that this petition will change the minds of those at Comcast and form a corporate community partnership with the Detroit Fire Department. 

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    • Beverly Srbich STERLING HGTS, MI
      • 8 months ago

      They spend so much money buying other companies they can do this for men and women that protect them every day.

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    • Kevin Russell AURORA, CO
      • 8 months ago

      This is an expense that should be provided by the city and not the burden to fulfill their job.

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    • Ken Marr DETROIT, MI
      • 10 months ago

      What's a Detroit firefighter to do when he is not washing a truck?! Watch free cable!!!

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    • Richard Castle DETROIT, MI
      • 10 months ago

      I am a detroit firefighter. We pay for cable out of our own pocket.

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    • Meghan Case DETROIT, MI
      • 10 months ago

      My friend is a Detroit firefighter...he deserves free cable.

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